2 To 5 Inches Of Snow Headed For Chicago, Making A Messy Rush Hour The Chicago area will be under a winter advisory tonight and through Monday morning’s commute, with the National Weather Service forecasting 3 to 6 inches of snow falling between 9 p.m. Sunday and noon. As much as two inches of snow could blanket the city by morning.
Measurable Snow Causes A Few Problems After a season of nearly no snow, the state's plow drivers are in full gear this Saturday morning. Overnight on the Kennedy Expressway, drivers slowed down to better navigate the snowy, slushy mess.
There Are Steps You Can Take To Minimize The Stress Of CommutingWhether you drive to work or take the train, the miles and minutes really add up and could impact your health. CBS 2's Mary Kay Kleist reports.
New Law Allows Buses To Drive In I-55 ShoulderDon't be surprised when you see Pace buses driving along the shoulder of the Stevenson Expressway this fall.
Watchdog: State Lawmakers' Commutes Cost Taxpayers MillionsThe Illinois Policy Institute, a government watchdog group, says Illinois state legislators could save the taxpayers lots of money on their personal expenses.
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